Our product design and engineering development offering, combined with in-house expertise in clinical, user research and human factors, regulatory and quality system implementation provides our clients with options and flexibility when developing new or existing medical technologies.
Point of Care (POC)
We have extensive knowledge and experience in developing Point-of-Care diagnostic solutions, including design of, and/or interfacing with a variety of consumables including lab-on-a-chip, biosensors, mems-based technologies and more. With our unique in-house experience, we understand the broad challenges involved in POC development and are ready to work with you to overcome these.
Our team is dedicated to helping you bring your diagnostic solution to market as smoothly and efficiently as possible, and can guide you through design and engineering, regulatory strategy and QMS establishment. Please contact us for more information and to discuss your specific needs and requirements.
Our comprehensive medical device development team offers the complete journey, encompassing funding and commercialisation, regulatory strategy and QMS establishment, the full range of product design and engineering services through to product distribution where appropriate.
Over 20 years of developing medical devices we have helped clients ranging from start-ups to multinationals.
Wireless technologies, robotics, artificial intelligence and spatial navigation systems are creating opportunities for next generation surgical tools and devices.
The integration of this science is enabling better, more usable tools, faster, more accurate procedures, and an enhanced patient post-operative experience. We are currently working with multiple partners to bring numerous such technologies to market.
Developing the award winning Memphasys FELIX
Hydrix and its client, Memphasys, were recipients of two 2020 Good Design Awards for the design of an instrument and cartridge system that helps improve outcomes in IVF.
Hydrix was recently recognised with multiple Good Design Awards for its role in the design and engineering of the FELIX, an automated, electrophoretic laboratory instrument for sperm separation for use in Assisted Reproductive Technology (IVF) procedures. The novel technology aims to improve the chances of achieving a successful pregnancy for infertile couples.
“The device is a world-first technology, so it is highly encouraging when independent assessors review the design and deem the device to be an example of class-leading engineering.”
Memphasys Executive Chair